Highlights of Research and Development
UV S Series (2010): Wide range of special pumps with tailored solutions featuring: multiple stages, heat recovery, skid mounted, air cooling for hot climates and more.
UV H Series (2005): Stainless steel vacuum pump for food processing applications where sterilization is required.
A Series Compressors (2005): Variable pressure from 2,5 to 10 bar.
Dual-Stage Vacuum Pumps with Blower (2003)
Digital coordination (2000) of supply networks: ELCO and ELVO systems for optimization of output and efficiency in multi-unit plants.
UV30 design (1998): World's largest lubricated, single-stage rotary vane vacuum pump, with a capacity of 1775 m3/h, 55 kW.
T30-20 design (1997): Small capacity compressor series for extreme climates, producing less than 1ppm residual oil.
Heat recovery and SECO electro-pneumatic control (1985): UP 6-3 Compressor Series designed for higher energy savings.
Tangential vanes.(1981): U 9-12 Compressor series with vertical radiators and radial ventilators.
Vertical layout (1978): U 6-3 is the first, and, for 20 years, the only compressor with vertical axis.
Intensive Oil Injection (1970): Method developed in collaboration with the ETHZ in Zurich, and patented for international use. 12-15% energy savings. UF 6-3 Series, air-cooled.
F360 design (1964): World's largest single-stage rotary vane compressor, with a capacity of 3600 m3/h, 400 kW
V100 design (1949): Single-stage vacuum pump, remained in production for 48 years, with a capacity of 1220 m3/h
Air cooling: FC-9 (1932) is the first air-cooled, lubricated single-stage rotary vane compressor with oil injection
First in the world: Model A 12 (1927) is a lubricated single-stage rotary vane compressor with oil injection.
Aluminium sliding vanes (1926): V Series pumps, Pneumofore sets a standard unchanged for 40 years.